Ready or not, here come generation Z and millenials into the workforce! Generation Z is generally defined with birth years ranging from the mid or late 1990s through the 2010s, while millenials are the generation born just before this time period. Many are already making an impact, perhaps at your organization. There are significant different between how these two generations view their work and careers compared to older generations, which may also lead to frustration.
On episode two of the Duke Corporate Education podcast, Duke CE Regional Managing Director Sharmla Chetty offers insights on how to best integrate these younger generations into the workplace. Sharmla has a unique perspective on this topic as she works with many leading companies to address their talent development needs. On the podcast, she addresses topics such as:
The best ways for organizations to attract younger generations to their organizations.
The differences in terms of how organizations should train G